Based on three years of interviews and observations with Indianapolis mothers, analyzing the families in their homes, schools and other social settings, this book brings forth the voices of mothers in creating a portrait of low-income African American families rearing children.We can beat this. ... In fact, in our first interview, Rhonda described how she used her own past as a warning to young relatives who were getting into trouble or considering leaving school: I was a child who dropped out; I dropped out at sixteen. I always say when I ... Ia#39;m the girl that cut, and went to McDonalda#39;s. See me. Andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mothering Inner-city Children|
|Author||:||Katherine Brown Rosier|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 2000|